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Richard Jeng
Richard Jeng
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 5, 2011
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am 19 years old and have been playing this awesome game since I was 6.


Student at Georgia Institute of Technology.


United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making 12 tricks in 5Cxx against Sjoert Brink and Bas Drijver
Bridge Accomplishments
1st and a 3rd in the Young LM Pairs, 28th in the NABC+ Fast Pairs, Silver in 2012 U21, Gold in 2013 U21, Former YLM, NAP Flight B Winner, King of Bridge 2017
Regular Bridge Partners
Andrew Jeng, Brent Xiao
Favorite Tournaments
Labor Day Regional, NABCs
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
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My Grandson
When I was around that age, I enjoyed reading any bridge book (I remember reading "25 Conventions You Should Know" and enjoying both the Menagerie and Abbot series), The Bridge World, and many years worth of Bulletins. However, in this day and age it might also be effective to let ...
Good luck to the 44 college pairs playing this weekend!
From a fairness perspective, how would one prevent a team or pair from the same school from tossing? That's no easy question to answer, and it ultimately relies on inherent integrity regardless. Measuring and quantifying quality is no mundane task. The pair finals should be stratified as well. It ...
Good luck to the 44 college pairs playing this weekend!
I must preface this by saying I have won an earlier travel package and played in this pairs event on Sunday. Sean has already mostly touched upon the flaws of the "no stake" argument among other things, but I would like to mention two points. 1) (Redacted due to updated ...
Edelstein and Weingarten Win NAP
Congrats, Beans! Well-deserved accomplishment.
2016 Reno Spring NABC Casebook available
Casebooks can be found here: The most recent one is San Diego, 2017 Fall NABC.
2018 European Championships Results
Scroll all the way down on the results page. Open Butler scores:
How many Diamonds does opener guarantee?
When would you ever have only 3 diamonds and still rebid 2? The shape of the hand is already limited to 4432.
Does Anybody Play This Any More
If responder was willing to bid 5 over 5, a better choice of action would have been a direct 5 bid.
A Deal of Interest
Pass by North seems like an ill-advised action. The opponents are guaranteed at least an 8 card major fit, so bidding 2 weak (if available) or raising clubs (preemptively if available) seems like the best route to take with the North hand.
Official Version of New Convention Charts
Thank you. So at what point does the 3rd seat opening become a pysch? Since there is no clear defined 3rd seat bid, could I open a yarborough and it not be considered a psych?

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